Morocco is one of the most culturally rich and interesting places in the world. Bordering the Atlantic and Mediterranean Sea, Morocco’s vast and diverse landscape features ancient cities, stretches of empty beaches, and stark deserts and mountains touched by Berber, Arabian and European influences.
Our Morocco trip is unique as you will not be staying in one location, but rather traveling to 3 different cities, which in our opinion represent the “must see” highlights of Morocco: Marrakech (Days 1 -2), Taghazout (Days 2 -5) and Essaouira (Days 5-8). Scroll all the way down to Itinerary below for more details.
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your spot on this trip. The balance is due 120 days prior to trip start date.
Get ready for a magical week with our incredible SolSeekers Tribe!
You must have a valid passport to travel to Morocco. Please check your passport expiration date and make sure it is valid for at least 3 months after the end date of your retreat.
A Visa is not required for US Citizens visiting Morocco, unless you're staying for more than 90 days.
No immunizations are required for visiting Morocco, however, the CDC recommends you're up to date on your Hepatitis A and Typhoid shots. See more info here.
All SolSeed Retreats deposits and payments are non-refundable. The purchase of travel insurance is highly recommended for this trip, which will protect you against potential trip delays or cancellations due to airline issues, family emergencies, illness, injury, etc. We recommend checking out www.insuremytrip.com for more info.
Questions? Email Kristin@solseedretreats.com.
All rooms are shared occupancy (2 -3 people per room) and feature a private bathroom. You will have your own bed, unless you request to share a queen size bed.
Please indicate your roommates' name(s) upon sign-up and we will do our best to accommodate your requests. First come, first serve.
Our trip will begin in the culturally rich city of Marrakech. Nestled in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech was founded as a city in 1062 AD, and is world renowned for its souks (markets) and medieval maze-like streets, stunning mosques and palaces, relaxing hammans (Moroccan baths), delicious food, and much more. A perfect place to assimilate and integrate into life in Morocco, we will spend our first afternoon and evening here, before heading to the relaxed beach town of Taghazout on Day 2 of our trip.